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A ground-breaking robotic surgical system which will deliver state-of-the-art medical care to Central Queensland patients has arrived at Mater Private Hospital Mackay.
A 79-year-old Redlands woman who suffered debilitating knee pain for 15 years is back on her feet after undergoing life-changing robotic knee replacement surgery at ...
Have you ever wondered what happens to patients who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness once they leave hospital?
Queensland women are experiencing a “significant increase” in anxiety and depression during pregnancy, according to new research.
Dr Jay Gunawardana and Dr Joshua Tobin, members of Mater Research's Blood Cancer Group led by Professor Maher Gandhi, have recently been awarded more than $375,000 in ...
Scientists at Mater Research and The University of Queensland have recently identified a potential treatment to enhance the healing of fractures among osteoporosis ...
The Mater Mothers’ Parenting Support Centre at South Brisbane has celebrated a major milestone with mum-of-three Lily becoming the 10,000th patient cared for at the ...
Queensland TV reporter Pippa Sheehan says her ‘heart is full’ after welcoming miracle baby Monty at Mater Mothers’ Private Hospital
A ground-breaking Mater Research project will place health workers in Indigenous communities across Queensland and study the long-term wellbeing of 400 Aboriginal and ...
A 100-year-old Queensland grandmother with a passion for knitting is helping hundreds of tiny newborns keep warm at Mater Mothers’ Hospital at South Brisbane.
Queensland woman Samantha Wade always feared that the multiple heart defects she was born with meant she would never become a mum.
A once homeless Townsville woman who received a scholarship to study nursing has turned her life around graduating with a Diploma of Nursing through Mater Education.
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